A feeding tube you can steer
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An estimated 6,000 people die each year when feeding tubes are accidentally placed into their lungs. Veritract, a University of Utah start-up, hopes ...
An estimated 6,000 people die each year when feeding tubes are accidentally placed into their lungs. Veritract, a University of Utah start-up, hopes to make feeding tube placement safer and more accurate with its "Smart Feeding Tube." Founder Dr. John Fang demonstrates how it works.
Jul 28, 2011
It is sad to read that an estimated 6,000 people die each year when feeding tubes are wrongly placed into their lungs. It must be a painful death. I think for any surgery or any health operation the medical team needs to be alert and careful for the patients. Even when someone goes for a cosmetic dental implant the person's health is in the hands of the health professional. The professional who handles the dental implant needs to be watchful for the patient.
I think it is of no use blaming those who are working in such areas. The blame is not entirely for them to take for part of the reason for such mass death annually is also because of the practicality applied in ordinary feeding tubes. If the Smart Feeding Tube turns out to be safer on statistics by the end of this year, I am sure many lives can be saved. My wife is in need of a facelift and we are from Boston, where could I find reviews about Boston doctors? Is there any website for it? Has anyone tried them out? Anyway, good to see a video here of SFT demonstrated by its founder Dr. John Fang.
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